This Week's New DVDs - September 14, 2015

This Week's New DVDs: September 14th 2015
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This Week's New DVDs: September 14th 2015

Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Empire, The Big Bang Theory, Age Of Adaline and Modern Family are among the new DVDs out this week. 

(Each of the products is available to purchase from our online store, which is here). 

 

Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Marvel's mightiest heros team up once again to take once their toughest foe to date in deadly robot Ultron. Click here to read our full preview. 

 

Empire

The first season of the smash-hit hip-hop melodrama comes to DVD this week. Click here to read our full preview. 

 

The Big Bang Theory

The eighth season of the massively successful sitcom is released today. 

 

The Age Of Adaline

Blake Lively, Ellen Burstyn and Harrison Ford star in this touching drama about a young woman who is rendered ageless after an accident. Click here to read our full preview. 

 

Modern Family

The sixth season of hugely successful comedy comes to DVD this week. 

 

NCIS: Los Angeles

The sixth season of this slick drama, which follows a crack team of government agents operating outside the military chain of command, is released today. 

 

Hawaii Five-O

The fifth season of the revitalised police drama hits DVD shelves today. 

 

The Good Wife

The sixth season of the much-loved legal drama is unveiled this week. 

 

Building Jerusalem

Johnny Wilkinson, Martin Johnson and Sir Clive Woodward tell the story of the England rugby team's rise from no hopers to world champions. 

 

Star Wars Rebels

The first season of the animation set between Revenge Of The Sith and A New Hope comes to DVD today. 

 

The Krays: Kill Order

A feature-length documentary about the Kray Twins and their reign as the gangster prince of the East End is released today. 

 

Scorpion

The first season of this drama loosely based on the life of self-proclaimed genius and computer expert Walter O'Brien.

 

The Salt Of The Earth

Juliano Ribeiro Salgado and Wim Wenders direct this documentary exploring the work of Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado. 

 

Hard To Be A God

This Russian drama follows a group of scientists who are sent to the planet Arkanar to help a medieval civilization and rescue intellectuals. 

 

The Trials Of Jimmy Rose

Ray Winstone and Amanda Redman star in this ITV drama about a man who struggles to rebuild his life after being released from prison. 

 

The Jinx - The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst

Andrew Jarecki directs this six-part HBO series investigating eccentric property heir Robert Durst and the crimes he has been accused of.

 

The Tribe

Miroslav Slaboshpitsky writes and directs this silent drama about the residents of a Ukranian boarding school for deaf and mute children. 

 

The Wonders

This eccentric French drama comes to DVD today. 

 

Citizenfour

The award-winning documentary about former CIA and NSA employee Edward Snowden, the man responsbile for leaking thousands of classified documents, is released this week. 

 

War Pigs

Dolph Lundgren and Luke Goss star in this brutal action thriller that follows a rag tag unit of misfits known as the War Pigs must go behind enemy lines to exterminate Nazis. 

 

The Canal

This gritty British horror thriller comes to DVD today. 

 

The Haunting Of Borden House

This horror thriller, once known as American Poltergeist, tracks a group of friends as they move into a vacation home with a very, very sinister presence. 

 

Bear Grylls - Breaking Point

The adventurer's latest survival series sees him take ordinary people into the wilderness to face up to their fears

 

Paradise

Russell Brand, Julianne Hough and Nick Offerman star in this comedy about a young conservative woman who suffers a crisis of faith and heads off for a trip in Las Vegas. 

 

The James Bond Collection

Ahead of the release of Spectre, 007's exploits to date are collected in this new box set. 

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